The Mount Rushmore of Boston Radio

Ben Levy
Sat Apr 4 07:29:09 EDT 2020

What able Charles Adler? He was on WRKO and also on WABU(TV) uniting the 68s.

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From: Doug Drown
Sent: Friday, April 3, 2020 10:23 PM
To: A Joseph Ross
Cc: Boston Radio Group
Subject: Re: The Mount Rushmore of Boston Radio

I certainly would consider Larry Glick and Bob Emery, both Boston
broadcasting legends.

The intention of the New York Radio Message Board thread that was the
source of this idea was that nominations should be limited only to people
from 1960 to today, given that many respondents have no memory of radio
personalities prior to the period.  It's apparent, though, that I struck a
chord initiating this among Boston radio fans and that some *would *like to
include those of past times who deserve being honored.  So have at it,
folks --- and have fun!


On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 9:29 PM A Joseph Ross <> wrote:

> That's a good one.  And how about Big Brother Bob Emery?
> On 4/2/2020 12:12 AM, Richard Chonak wrote:
> > One name that hasn't been mentioned yet:
> >
> >         DJ: Robert J. Lurtsema
> >
> > --RC
> >
> >
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